tech2 News Staff
27. February 2019 15:02:12 IS
At the Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2019 Annual Mobile Exhibition, the Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2019 showed a prototype of its first 5G phone to the public.
While the Chinese OEM plans to launch its 5G smartphone this year, OnePlus has announced that it plans to work with Qualcomm on 5G studies in India.
A press release from the company states it will be among the first smartphone manufacturers in India to launch a smartphone featuring Qualcomm's latest high-end mobile platform, the Snapdragon 855.
Since the launch of our flagship device, Qualcomm's Snapdragon chipsets have been loyal to the 800 series. This strong partnership with Qualcomm makes us believe we could offer the best 5G device in the world, "said OnePlus Founder and CEO Pete Lau.
In particular, OnePlus began its 5G research in 2016 and later collaborated with Qualcomm to develop a OnePlus 5G device The company's 5G project team last August succeeded in establishing a 5G link to the Qualcomm Technologies laboratory in the US
As mentioned earlier, OnePlus has its first 5G this week The device was packaged in a large white cardboard box that covered all but the phone's screen The company did not share much details about the device The Verge cited OnePlus said the phone could reach a top speed of 500 Mbps and the device was connected to a local 5G base station using a mmWave connection. Shadow, the cross-platform cloud game service, introduced Ace Combat 7 content on the 5G device.
The upcoming OnePlus 5G smartphone has no price, features and design information. Last year, at the Snapdragon Summit by Qualcomm, Pete Lau mentioned that 5G phones could cost around $ 200- $ 300 more than the current OnePlus flagship model to launch a Snapdragon 855 smartphone in India and its To submit plan to bring 5G tests into the country, it still remains to be seen when a fully commercialized OnePlus 5G appears in the Indian market in 2019. You can visit our MWC 2019 page .
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